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Compare and Contrast: Judith Ortiz Cofer’s “Catch the Moon” and W.D. Wetherell’s “the Bass, the River, and Sheila Mant”

Compare and Contrast Essay Love is an emotion that deeply alters a person’s thought-process. This emotion can bring out the best of people or even make them question who they are and what they’re willing to give up for the person they love. In Judith Ortiz Cofer’s short story “Catch the Moon”, she suggests that…

American Novelists and Motherly Speaker Figure

And today in the wide world of Literature, well maybe just short stories, we will be going over Rick Moody’s “Boys” and Jamaica Kincaid’s “Girl” and discerning the way in which Moody chose to make his story very quick paced to the reader and in a way difficult to read, but with a purpose. Also…

Joyce’s novel

The novels Mrs. Dalloway and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, written by Virginia Woolf and James Joyce respectively, are tales of persons who are challenged by the society in which they live. The roles traditionally handed down to men and women become elements of restraint for many of the characters within…

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Hartley’s novel

Although appearing to have a cynical view of love in the poem Larkin does in fact not doubt love, but the expectations that we have of it. In the words of Andrew Swarbrick, Larkin expresses not feelings of bitterness or pessimism but “of pathos, of a tender sympathy for the widow who recalls dreams knowing…

Novelist Charles Dickens

What impression does Dickens give of Miss Havisham and Estella in Chapter 8 of “Great Expectation” and how does he achieve this? The story is set in the Victorian times. It is written by a novelist called Charles Dickens. It is about an orphan called “Pip”, who is reminiscing on his past. The novel is…

Introduction to Wuthering Heights, A Novel by Emily Brontë

1.2 Critical review of Wuthering Heights Initially, many critics believed that ‘Wuthering Heights’ was written by a man, because of the odd pseudonym. In the information below, also, ‘Wuthering Heights’ comes under realism and romanticism, but it contains many elements and ideas from the Gothic novel. The novel revolves around the strange love story between…

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